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Hotel plan appealed

Plans for the largest hotel to be built in Cork city centre have been put on hold, following objections by the owner of a private, third-level college building.
An appeal has been lodged with An Bord Pleanála against the decision of Cork City Council to grant planning permission for a 220-bedroom hotel on Sullivan’s Quay, as part of a large, mixed-use development.
The proposed new four-star hotel will require the demolition of the former tax office, which was acquired by the developers, BAM Property, from the Revenue Commissioners in 2006.
The objection has been lodged by Deirdre Condon, who owns The Arch building on Drinan St, where Cork City College is based. 



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